Virgil Building (University of Bath) located at 5 Manvers St, Bath BA1 1JQ, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01225 383039

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Will Reid

5 Google Rating

Reception staff and security guards very helpful. Great location in the city centre.

5/ 5

Reception staff and security guards very helpful. Great location in the city centre.

Thomas Avery

5 Google Rating

Great to have a University of Bath study space in the city, and it's very nicely decked out, too. As

5/ 5

Great to have a University of Bath study space in the city, and it's very nicely decked out, too. As a result its always really busy during term time though!

Angelina Laake

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

chaoya wang

4 Google Rating

4/ 5

Will Reid

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Kris Jacob

5 Google Rating

Quiet, well-maintained workspaces with both bookable and walk-in study rooms/cubicles.

5/ 5

Quiet, well-maintained workspaces with both bookable and walk-in study rooms/cubicles.

Will Reid

5 Google Rating

Reception staff and security guards very helpful. Great location in the city centre.

5/ 5

Reception staff and security guards very helpful. Great location in the city centre.

Thomas Avery

5 Google Rating

Great to have a University of Bath study space in the city, and it's very nicely decked out, too. As

5/ 5

Great to have a University of Bath study space in the city, and it's very nicely decked out, too. As a result its always really busy during term time though!

Rayhan Kabir

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Ewan Armstrong

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

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